All I've got is bridging to Warfarin for the second panels. I'm trying to wrack my head about baby platelets but nothing's coming to me. And panel #3 just reminds me of Sporothrix schenkii. Sigh. I fail.
First one is a megakaryoctye making a new baby platelet (which kinda looks like an RBC).
I was thinking baby ASA and a Heparin bridge to a therapeutic INR on coumadin. Last one, no clue.
Baby aspirin. Heparin bridge. Dunno about the third one. Rosacea? "Scent"sorium?
You got the baby aspirin and the heparin bridge to coumadin. The last one is hard, like I said. But the hint is, it's what the guy is DOING.
Baby Aspirin, Heparin Bridge, and SNF!
I'm forced to admit that I still don't know what SNF means...
Silled nursing facility. ;)
Ohhh... I googled it. I guess we don't have that term in Canada. We just call them nursing homes or maybe "long-term care facility".
We have those here in 'Murica (America) too. However we normally have a separate branch of the facility known as a SNF (Skilled Nursing Facility). This is for people that aren't quite ready to go home, but don't need 24/7 hospital care. During my year as a CNA at a nursing home our SNF mainly had patients post ortho surgery. They received daily physical therapy.
i thought snf was sinus node function